Ballers of the Week
TJ had a monster week six against the Bengals, scoring three touchdowns. He had 17 carries for 65 yards with two short TD runs and three catches for 13 yards and another score. Though Jones didn’t have a ton of rushing yards against a struggling
Jones-Drew had a huge day, rushing for 125 yards on 22 carries and two TD’s. He also had two catches for 23 yards against
Brees had another incredible week, throwing for 320 yards and three touchdowns. The more impressive stat was that he completed 26 out of 30 passes! Brees has been the best QB in the league this season and should continue to be just that against
Busts of the Week
, WR Dallas Cowboys
T.O. was supposed to have a big game against
Fantasy owners finally thought that Moss was back to his old self after a nice week five, but Randy clearly did not have his best game in week six against the Chargers. He had just three catches for 26 yards and also dropped a few very catchable balls. His chemistry is just not there with QB Matt Cassel, but you still need to start him at all times.
After having a great showing last week, Slaton came back with a mediocre outing against the Dolphins. He received 15 carries and logged in 58 yards for the day. There isn’t too much concern here as these games happen to every RB in the NFL, let alone a rookie like Slaton. Plus,
, WR Philadelphia Eagles
With Reggie Brown hurt again and Kevin Curtis still a few weeks away, Baskett has seen his fantasy value take a big jump into relevance. He is now starting alongside rookie DeSean Jackson and should get a good amount of targets in the Eagles solid passing offense. Baskett should be a very serviceable option at least for the next few weeks so go grab him if you need some receiver help.
, WR Minnesota Vikings
Berrian had a very nice outing in week six, surprising owners everywhere. He snagged five passes for 131 yards and a touchdown against
Keep on your Fantasy Radar
, QB Cleveland Browns
Derek Anderson is still the starter in
Must Start of Week 7
Brett Favre and the Jets will be airing it out frequently against the less-than stellar Raider secondary in week seven. This means that both Laveranues Coles and Jerricho Cotchery should be in line for big games. Start both with confidence and expect double-digit fantasy points from each one.
Please Bench of Week 7
After a solid start to his 2008 campaign, Jones has seen a drop off in his production over the last few weeks, and owners can expect more of the same in week seven because Jones has to go up against